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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Tuesday Morning, August -8, 1922
DPEM 61 FOR
J. M. Sparks, Douglas Con
tractor Offers to Construct
Building For $72,380
TOMBSTONE, Aug. 7 Bids for the
construction of the Tombstone Union
Hish School were opened this after
noon by the board of trustees, and op
to a late hour this afternoon award of
contract "had not been made, although
J.' M. Sparks, contractor of Douglas,
was the lowest bidder by a margin of
over $8,000 Sparks bid was for $72.
380 and covered both construction and
plumbing and heating.
About fifteen contractors from all
parts of the county and state were
present when bids were opened to
day, the highest being in the neighbor
hood of $S5.000 for both plumbing and
beating. A number of plumbing bids
were received separate from construc
tion bids and after considerable dis
cussion the board decided to reject
all bids with the exception of Sparks
bid, which was held for further con
sideration, the board's decision to be
announced probably tomorrow. The
matter of selection of a site will also
be definitely decided by the board
when the contracts are let.
County Budget to
Be Discussed For
Last Time Today
TOMBSTONE, Aug. 7. The board
of supervisors, Chairman J. B. Hart,
and Members I., C. E. Adams and
D. A. Adams, were In eression today
considering mostly road matters dur
ing the morning session, a number
of delegations from various part3 of
the county having been heard.
Most of the day, however, was oc
cupied inane consideration o? claims
against the county, due to the fact
that tomorrow when the hearing on
the final adoption of the county
budget will be heard it Is expected
the whole day will be occupied. The
hoard will probably work at a night
session tonight to order to complete
auditing of demands and dispose of
work that the' budget hearing wilL
not be Interrupted tomorrow.
In Japan keys turn in their locks !
in the opposite direction from that i
customary to us. !
Her Mother's Faith in Lydia L
Piokham's Vegetable Compound
Led Her To Try It
Kenosha, Wisconsin. "I cannot say
enough in praise of Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. My mother
Had great faith in it
as she had taken so
much of it and when
I had trouble after
my baby was born
she gave it to me.
It helped me so much
more than anything
else had done that I
I advise a 1 1 women
with female trouble
to rive it a fair trial
end I am sure they will feel as I do
about it. Mrs. Fred. P. Hansen, 562
Symmonda St., Kenosha, Wisconsin.
A medicine that has been in use nearly
fifty years and that receives the praise
and commendation of mothers and 4
prandmothers 13 worth your considera
tion. If you are suffering from troubles
that sometimes follow child-birth bear
in mind that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound is a woman's medicine.
It is especially adapted to correct such
The letters we publish ought to con
vince you ; ask seme of your women
friends or neighbors they know ita
worth. You will, too, if you give it a
Our Watch Sale is offering
some unusual values in high
grade watches. Come in
and look them over.
L. L. GILMAN
Jeweler and Optician
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"DONATES" $15 TO COURT
Frank Orogo, arrested on Chihua
j hua hill for disturbing the peace was i
fined $15 In the Rishee Justice court
yesterday morning, he paid.
WERE AT RAMSEY
Among the district people who spent
Sunday at Ramsey Canyon were Mrs.
Margaret High, Mrs. Dan Hoesch,
Miss Minnie Murphy, Tom Hughes and
family, J. J. Jones and family; F. S.
Davenport and family.
The Cananea Cattle Company ship
ped eight cars of cattle from Here
ford yesterday. They are going to
the iDenver market.
AFTER UNBOUNDED CARS
Complaints have ben filed with
both the county and local authorities
that owners of automobiles, not bond
ed, are making a practice of carrying
passengers for fares. The police de
partments of the yarious communities
feel that this condition la becoming
too wide-spread and are immediately
going to take steps to bring about the
prosecution of these offenders.
TO LIVE IN LOS ANGELES.
Miss Ruth Wishart, of Lowell, for
merly connected with the Phelps
Dodge Merc. Co., left Saturday eve
ning for Los .Angeles where she will
make her future home.
Emil Marks and Jacob Erickson, of
Bisbee, have been granted a United
Stajtes patent to the Corrall mining
claim in the Warren mining district.
WANTS NAME CHANGED.
Mike Yosefezyk has applied to the
superior court for authority to change
his name. Court attaches said yes
terday that their sympathies were
with Mike and that they hoped the
court would grant tho application, af
ter they had written Mike's last name
in the court records.
INVITED TO DANCE.
Members of the Bisbee High School
Alumni Association havo been invited
to attend a. dance to be given at the
Douglas Country Club on Friday eve
ning by members of the Douglas High
School Alumni Association.
SUES FOR DIVORCE.
Maria Wallace Bryan has filed suit
in the superior court at Tombstone,
for divorce from Ned L. Bryan.
BAKERVILLE BOY DIES.
Carl Petsche, 11-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Petsche, of Eakerville,
died Sunday afternoon at a local hos
pital following an operation. Funeral
services will be held at 11 o'clock this (
morning from St. Patrick's, church.
Rev.; Father Mandin officiating.
Two hundred eighty-six Democrats,
113 Republicans and 2 persons of, mis
cellaneous party affiliations were reg
istered in the county last week, a to
tal of 401 for the week. The figures
for the county now stand: Democrats
6616; Republicans. 2446;. miscellan
eous 213. .' ' ' ' .. ... i
MISS SMITH RECOVERING.' .
Miss Vera Smith of Tombstone, who
was operated' on in' a Ideal hospital
last Saturday is reported as . doing
nicely and is expected to be b.ble to
return to her. home in a few days.;
TRAIN IS DELAYED. I
Heavy rains east of Bisbee and
Douglas last night delayed the Gold
en State LImite several hours. - The
train did not pass through Osborne
until about midnight and, as a result
the. night mail was not I distributed
until early this morning.
WHISTLE GOES CRAZY. .
.Bisbee's inimitable fire . whistle
went on the rampage during the storm
yesterday afternoon, and for 'almost
half an hour, used up steam in-a con
tinuous, mournful blast, while half the
population Of Bisbee braved the storm
to run into the streets in the hope of
seeing a fire truck 6kid around the
corners. ' .........
BOY SCOUT MEETING.
The executive board of the
Boy Scout council will meet" in the
chamber of commerce
o'clock this evening.
rooms' at 8 :
PUCKETT.ON OWN NOW '
The many local friends of J.Tuck
ett, formerly purchasing agent of the
Phelps Dodge Co., at El Paso, will be
pleased to know that he has bought
a mining machinery "business1 in the
Texas city. Puckett' arrived in this
city yest evening and ;is staying at
jthfr Copper Queen hotel.
And Blotches. Lost Rest
" I w troubled with pimples and
blotches on my face. The pimples
were hard and red and quite large.
They were scattered over my face and
itched and burned bo that I scratched
and rubbed them. At night I lost
my rest on account of the irritation.
" I began using Cuticura Soap and
Ointment and in a short time could
see an improvement. I purchased
more, which completely healed me
in about a month." (Signed) Miss
Rachael Riley, Kendrick, Idaho, Feb.
15, 1922. ,
Make 'Cuticura Soap, ' Ointment
and Talcum your daily toilet prepa
rations and watch your skin improve.
tompl 1Mb rraVr Umll. AMrm: "Cittern XW
r.torlu. ixpt. Mtlfea 41, ui " Sold mrp.
h RoapOe. (XMBintBatidUr lafcomSta.
Cuticura Soap ihaftl oiuMl Bug.
Adept Alfredo Tips
Mean4 Toad Sticker'
He's uncrowned as yet, but Al
fredo Rivers Is every inch the
champion. Al emerged from the
"match of the century," staged on
the preensward, fronting the Cop
per Queen offices yesterday, as the
undisputed titlist, when he won
from the runner-up, Henrique' Ta!
vveras, after a bitter battle. The
crown represents what line of ath
letic endeavor, you ask? Why, oh,
Most Severe Storm
of Year Drenches
The Warren District was yesterday
afternoon and last night drenched by
the rao't severe storm of the year.
Official figures were not available
last night, but it was estimated that
better than an Inch of rain fell during
The electrical display was unusual
ly spectacular, and lightning struck
in several places on the hills around
the city. One bolt split the air over
the business district, seemingly miss
ing several buildings by but a few
The storm was general throughout
the district, but 'was heaviest over
the , business section of bshrdlshrdlu
the section of business, two heavy
clouds joining forces and flooding the
I streets for nail an hour. Some debris
was washed down Brewery Gulch and
some into Naco Road from Chihuahua
Hill. All lights and electric power
in the district suffered several times,
but there was no - other damage re
ported. Tombstone, Douglas, Don Luis, Os
borne, Naco and other nearby' towns
shared the storm with Bisbee.
Attorney General, V. J. Galbraith
of Phoenix, arrived in this city Satur
day evening and stayed at the Copper
Queen hotel until last night, when he
left for Douglas.
DEAN iN CITY.
. S. J. Dean, of Phoenix, representa
tive of a Tucson brokerage office, ar
rived in Bisbee last evening and is
staying at the Copper Queen hotel.
James Douglas, Jr., of Douglas, ar
rived in this city last evening and is
to stay at the Copper Queen hotel for
several weeks. Douglas will enter
the employ of the Copper Queen
mines this morning.
In the account of the Saturday
night meeting of the committees
making arrangements for the swim
ming pool proposed for Tombstone
Canyon, the following . appointments
were omitted: Mrs.-Ben Franken
berg, chairman of the legislative
committee, and Mrs. Charles Tschir
hart; finance committee, C. W. Allen,
chairman: Joe Muheim, Jr., Olin
Wolf and Mayor James M. Ball;
Robert H. Dickson, chairman of gen
Among those tq register at the Cop
per Queen hotel during the past two
days were: G. W. Jarvete of Phoenix,
F. N. Flynn of El Paso. Simon Wile,
Cincinnati, J. P. Lowe of El Paso,
Cooper Hamilton oC, El Paso, W. H.
Toeysahel of Edmonds, Wash., C. L.
Hurt of Phoenix, Lee Johnson of El
Paso, E. A. McGlamery of Atlanta,
Albert Brown of Benson, D. A. Lyme
of Los Angeles, Albert Penney, of Los
Gatos, Cal., W. H. Cole of El Paso, D.
Cole, jr., of Cananea, William EVans
of Cananea, and A. E. Ott of Phoenix.
HOYEN IN BISBEE -J.
G. Hoyen of Dallas, jewelry sales-
J man who wor a number "of years has
Deen covering the western territory,
in which this city is included, arrived
here yesterday and is a guest at the
Copper Queen hotel.
L. J. Owen, manager of the Morencl
branch of the Phelps Dodge Merc. Co.,
and C. B. Nonamaker. manager of the
(Clifton store, are in this city for con-
ferences with W. A. Myer,
manager of the company.
Court Reporters H. D. Palmer and
J. M. Phillipowski, of Tombstone,
passed through this city yesterday on
their way to Douglas where they went
on a brief business visit.
GOES TO TOMBSTONE.
Dr. R. B. Durfee of this city, county
health officer, was a visitor in Tomb
stone yesterday attending to business
and was In attendance at the meeting
of the board of supervisors.
ALLISON VISITS TOMBSTONE.
James A. Allison of Pisbee, spent
yesterday : in Tombstone.
MANATT IN CITY.
Attorney C. V. Manatt, of Douglas
stopped here for a few minutes yester
day while on his way to Tombstone,
where he was celled on legal business
GLENN PASSES THROUGH.
Deputy Assessor Thomas Glenn, of
Douglas, spent a brief visit in this
cityxyesterday, while on his way home
from Tombstone, where he passed the
day on legal business at the court
ROCHE AT TURNER.
Walter Roche of this city assistant
county attorney, was in Tombstone
yesterday, attending to the duties of
his office in the absence of County At
torney J. F. Ross. From Tombstone
he went to Turner, where some offi
cial business awaited him.
Ed Massey and Walter Rusliin of
Tombstone were visitors in this city
WOMAN IS ARRESTED ON CHARGE
OF VIOLATING HARRISON ACT;
OFFICERS SEIZE DRUGS IN RAID
Mrs. Nellie Burns, arrested yester-i
day at Lowell by Constable Henry
H. Bohmfalk and Deputy Sheriff Fred i
Kinney for alleged violation of the j
Harrison federal anti-narcotics law. :
, will, unless it is waived bv the c onn-!
I sel for the defense, be given a pre-'
j liminary hearing before United States:
j Commissioner James Allison this !
Mrs. Burns, arrested at her home 1
jfsieruay morning, is cnargeu wun
having in her possession a quantity I
of morphine .and 50 V -grain tablets
of kahdeen. 'The officers also charge 1
that two bottles, evidently emptied j
within the past three or four days
and of sufficient capacity to havei
contained at least $2,000 worth of
drugs, were found in the search they j
It is believed by the customs offi-i
IS SHE THE PRETTIEST GIRL
IN ALL BISBEE?
Another Anonymous Candidate '
. The above attractive portrait has ;
been submitted in the stirring con-;
test for the hand and heart of the
Prince of Wales. It was sent to the;
Contest Editor with a letter reading
as follows: t i
"If you are looking for a girl thej
prince could; not refuse or rather :
for one to whom he would instantly'
offer his jeweled crown, here she is. j
Every free young man, and some not
so young in a certain downtown of-i
7 ml i
xf 'f; sign at service otatioi
Wie GaSOline garages, or other dealers.
cials at Naco that the consignment
was brought acroqs the line from
Mexico and that Mrs. Burns is only
one of many engaged in this illicit
traffic in the Warren District. With
fhis opinion seemingly bustantiated
hy an investigation now being con
ducted, the city, county, state and
federal authorities are going to go
over the district in fine-comb fashion.
It is also thought by them that with
in a very short time they will have
rounded up the hiigher-ups, those who
control ' the "dope ring," which is
said to extend fro mMazatlan, Guay
mas and other points on the west
coast of Mexico to all corners of the
Mrs. Burns was transferred from
the Lowell jail to the cell in the jus
tice court building in this city last
fice building, already has offered to
make her happy for life. But she in
sists that she already is happy and
sho seems to be and apparently no
body can do anything for her in that
respect. Maybe a real prince would
interest her; I don't know.
"All I know is that she is the pret
tiest and most likeable young lady
in this man's town, as every one of
the scores of unsuccessful young and
old admirers who will recognize her
Every gallon like every
other gallon. Ever,- drop ca
pable of vaporizing rapidly
and' uniformly in the carbu
retor, and being consumed
completely in the cylinder at
the jump of the spark.
That's "Red Crown."
That's quality in gasoline.
Use "Red Crown" and
nothing else, and your car
will develop the maximum
power that its makers' de
signed it to give.
Fill at the Red Crown
at bervice btations,
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Baby Near Death
Advices received from the Cop
per Queen hospital late last
night were to the effect that but,
very little hope is entertained for
the recovery of the 16-months-old
son of John F. Berryhill, of War
ren, efficiency engineer of the
Copper Queen mines. , The child
yesterday swallowed nearly all
of a one-grain tablet of bichlo
ride of mercury, a bottle of
which was knocked from a shelf;
by the older children, who were
playing about the room.
The boy was rushed to the
hospital at once and everything
possible was done by Dr. C. II.
picture, will testify. Personally, Ij
hope she turns His Royal Highness
down. He'd be in good company, if
"O.VE OF THE COMPANY"
HE'D BE IN."
I Get this straight J
8 For the first time in your I
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I k I 1
j $1 buys you a genuine ;j5Oo 1
Gillette I A I'll
I The "Brownie" fSjr I 1
I .' With three genuine JLw .. j
Gillette Blades - lV?JS r '
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. L I At ! '
Boston, U. S. A. & li !
a Now at all Dealers I feSyyi'
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I No blades like ( O fj;
Gillette Blades j J
Nonpareil Capers, bottle 28c
Crosse & Blackwell
Sardine Paste, jar 35c
Antipasto, can 37c
Bar Le Due Jelly, jar. .22c
Keiller's Marmalade, jar . 55c
1-8's Caviar, can.
luusliroom Latsup, bottle 6bc
C. & B. Chow Chow, pint 56c
Apple Butter, No. 2 cans 23c
Eastern Black -
Raspberries, No. 2 cans ! ... . 43c
Raspberries, No. 2 cans. ......... .42c
Hearts of Grape Fruit, No. 2 cans. .36c
Smyrna Figs, lb 24c
Nosco Onion Salt, bottle .17c
Red Shasta Salmon, 1 lb. cans 26c
Eastern Strawberries, No. 2 cans. .37c
Monarch Coffee, lb 41c
&L1 H gi ik
Emil Ganz, Pioneer
; Arizona Resident,
' Dies in San Diego
Emil Canz, former mayor of Phoe
nix and pioneer resident of Arizona,
died in San Diego, Calif., on Sunday
after an illness of but three days,
according to word received here yes
terday. Ganz was 85 years of- age.
Ganz, a native of Germany, first
came to thin state in 1S7G. He had
resided in Phoenix since 1S79 until
a few years ago, when he and Mrs.
Oanz left for frequent long trips on
the west and northwest coast. Ganz
w-as formerly president of the Na
tional Bink of Arizona. Upon retir
ing from that office he became chair
man of the board of directors, hold
ing this posBtion until his death. He
was mayor of Phoenix for three
terms. Ganz was well known to
scores of Bisbee residents.
Hunt and the attendants, but his
condition is so serious that re
covery is very seriously doubted.